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, is it good politics for democrats to bash former president bush heading into this fall's elections? republicans are warning them not to, even democrats are warning the administration not to do it. we've reached back into the archives and found examples of republicans running against jimmy carter for more than a decade right till it stopped working. how's this for a shot across the bow? senate majority leader said this, i don't know how anyone of hispanic heritage could be a republican today, okay? in fact, while republicans seem to be headed towards big gains this fall, their stands on immigration and changing the 14th amendment could cost them the hispanic vote for generations. how the fastest growing dem graphic in this country could change politics forever. >>> there's a new chapter in america's strangest long distance love affair between senator john mccain and snooki. let's begin with the judge's rule ong gay marriage in california. pete williams, justice correspondent. pete, explain why there is a one-week delay before gay marriage is legal in california. >> well, the simple
steps out, but will his blame bush strategy work? >> welcome to the journal editorial report two. high profile democrats broke with the president this week over his support for a proposed islamic community center just blocks from ground zero. senator majority leader hairy reid and former democratic national committee chairman howard dean came out in favor of moving the project to another location. the man behind the mosque left this week for a three-nation middle east tour on behalf of the u.s. state department and will travel to bahrain, qatar and united arab emirates, where he is expected to discuss muslim tolerance. he made a similar tour in 2007 on behalf of the bush administration. joining the panel this week, brett stevens, assistant editorial page editor james freeman. okay. so brett, one of the under currents of this debate is the issue of moderate muslims. who we need as allies in the war on terror. we have allies in iraq, afghanistan and elsewhere. how do you think they're going to react to this debate over whether or not this should be at ground zero? >> this is relevant and
's about the economy. your economy. find out what that is, next, and how is that blame bush strategy forking for president obama? we know and now have the numbers. what the numbers mean and rush limbaugh is a pro at making friends, just racking them up by the thousands. seriously. rush limbaugh tells you how he's doing it. thousands. he tells you how he's doing i still sorting your laundry into multiple loads? with shout color catcher, now you don't have to. now i can wash my husband's work shirt, my red dress, and... my daughter's favorite tee... all in one load. shout color catcher absorbs the colors that run. the proof is on the sheet. shout color catcher... visit shoutoffers.com for special offers. home of one of the coldest, longest nights on the planet. and asked frequent heartburn sufferers, like carl, to put prilosec otc's 24 hour heartburn protection to the test for two weeks. the results? i can concentrate on everything i'm doing, not even think about it anymore. since i've been taking it, i've been heartburn free, which is a big relief for me. [ male announcer ] take your
w. bush and it is in in "the washington post." the washington post is calling it blame game, the former president again this year in the mid year election. 202-737-0001 for republicans this is what the piece looks like in "the washington post" on the campaign trail, he is living quietly in dallas, far from washington's political news cycle. he has traveled to haiti and joined facebook. yet less than three months before this fall's vote it is almost as though he has never left politics. democrats have decided to blame any and all problems on former president bush and the republicans around the country rally against government spending even turninging on the ex-president. and even recently accusing the former president of runaway spending, called the bush blame game and from bloomberg's business week, back so soon, on the bush tax cuts. we'll have more in just a moment. and president obama spending the weekend in the florida gulf coast. this is the front page of the of the new york daily news released by the white house photographer. there were no independent photographers to
. it is your economy. find out what is terrifying steve moore. >> how is that blame bush strategy working for president obama? we know we have the numbers. dana perino is here to tell us what the numbers mean. >> plus, rush limbaugh is a pro at making friends he's wracking them up by the thousands. he tells you how he's doing it home of one of the coldest, longest nights on the planet. and asked frequent heartburn sufferers, like carl, to put prilosec otc's 24 hour heartburn protection to the test for two weeks. the results? i can concentrate on everything i'm doing, not even think about it anymore. since i've been taking it, i've been heartburn free, which is a big relief for me. [ male announcer ] take your 14-day challenge. ♪ prilosec otc. heartburn gone. power on. people will lose belongings, their homes...hope... they'll need your help. this hurricane season is predicted to be severe. american red cross volunteers are ready to go to work. you can help. a click can feed and shelter a child for another day... a single text can provide a little comfort... your call can make sure someo
. president obama will officially mark the end of the disaster in iraq tonight. bush and cheney squandered our savings on the war, the surplus that could have been used to help these struggling americans behind me. my commentary on that in just a moment. the tan man, well, he's going to unveil his master plan to fix the economy just as soon as his vacation is over w.and a summer of scare mongering by fox news has basically paid o.republicans are crushing democrats in a new mid-term poll. democrats better get their butts back to washington and start listening to folks and start acting and fighting like they want to win. congressman anthony weiner will blast off in the playbook later on in the program. >>> first, this is the story that has me fired up tonight. we've done this before and we're going to continue to do it. i'm joining you tonight from new orleans at the infamous ernest morrall convention center. hundreds of people have lined up at this free health care clinic which is run by the national association of free clinics and sponsored by generous msnbc viewer donations, and we thank you
weeks the democrat strategy heading into november has become more clear. blame bush, blame bush and blame bush more. they've claimed the bush administration is to blame for the oil spill. they said he's responsible for the three million jobs lost since president obama took office. whenever anything goes wrong in the world, they point the finger at george w. bush. that brings us to our headline this monday night, the bush psychosis. the illness has reached a pandemic. as of late among liberals and john kerry, longtime bush foe, appears to be the poster child of this psychosis. let's take a look. >> is president obama doing badly in the polls? >> i think what has happened is in the last six months there was an article even in the paper this week, about people no longer blaming bush. they are beginning to target this white house. that's a natural course of events. as you go through any administration. but, i don't think it is fair. >> sean: what kerry failed to mention was president george w. bush left office at noon on january 20th, 2009. that means nearly two entire years have pa
is different from george bush's ideas. not one. [ applause ] instead, they're betting on amnesia. [ laughter ] that's what they are counting on. they are counting on that you all forgot. >> president obama is hitting the hustings in full campaign mode with only 90 days to go until november 2. midterm elections. air force one has a loaded schedule over the next two weeks. the u.s. democratic party leader and the u.s. president, barack obama, will cris cross the country. rallies, the president will hustle. in eight states, california, florida, georgia, illinois, ohio, texas, washington, and wisconsin. at stake, control of the u.s. house of representatives, control of the u.s. senate, and 28 state governorships. these pave toll pivotal elections l. whether or not president obama will seek and maybe win a second term. >> question, what is the strategy of the democratic leader, president obama, for the midterm elections only 12 weeks away. pat. >> things aren't going as well as we hoped. may may get better, but they aren't as bad as bush and the republicans. it's a terrible mistake, john, he is
american combat brigade. he was careful not to mention his opposition to the move to president bush. this happening as president obama plans a prime time speech in iraq. the man who opposed the world and troop surge. he has a chance to call it to a victorious conclusion. >> the surge concept is in fact no different than what we repeatedly tried but with 20,000 troops we will not in any imaginable way accomplish new progress. the fact of the matter is, we have tried this road before. in the end, no amount of american forces can solve the political differences that lie in the heart of someone else's civil war. >> that was senator obama obviously a couple of years back. >> jim, we don't know what president obama will say this week. if he takes a victory lap on iraq should the media remind us of the opposition to the surge. >> they should . they should remind the country six months after an election. there is no leader in the country right now . al qaeda or somebody can pick off 40 or 60 people a day . in explosions. old obama who opposed the war and surge . new obama allegedly for it .
as a way to make a couple of bucks? maybe. maybe tick some people off. plus, bush is back, baby. talk about mixing it up. the former president rolling out his new book and hitting the media circuit just in time for the midterm elections. will it give the dems a chance to run against "w" one last time? [ female announcer ] it's crabfest at red lobster. the best time to crack it... twirl it... dunk it... and discover more new ways than ever to enjoy crab. starting at $14.99, only during crabfest at red lobster. the world's first 100% custom, invisible, digital, and fully programmable hearing aid, loaded with today's most advanced hearing technologies, including our new sophisticated noise reduction system. this amazing new invisible hearing aid is custom made, allows you to talk comfortably on the phone, sounds natural. - the quality of sound is excellent, and yet they're, you know, the size of a thumbtack. announcer: to learn more, call: >>> welcome back. the return of "w", george bush, and the controversy of a mosque at ground zero. but first he's back. george w. bush announcing he's give h
of the american people. >> reporter: the democrat party owns up to its blame bush strategy. dirty tricks exposed in pennsylvania after a democrat is caught aiding the tea party. plus michelle bachmann and if you think all batteries are the same, consider this: a tornado hits, air life denver takes of.. their night-vision goggles keeping the rescue mission safe... and poring those goggles-- the only battery ir life trusts: duracell. trusted everywhere. the best time to crack it... twirl it... dunk it... and discover more new ways than ever to enjoy crab. starting at $14.99, only during crabfest at red lobster. . >> sean: the obama administration may have declared this recovery summer this a statement released today said the pace of recovery has slowed in recent months. the economic recovery has been more modest in the near term than had been anticipated. you mean the stimulus bill didn't do the trick? i'm shocked. we are back with dana perino and stuart varney, it doesn't take much; an everyday moment can turn romantic at a moment's notice. and when it does, men with erectile dysfunction can be m
principles, who previously served at the u.s. office of citizenship under president bush. thank you for coming in. let me start with this because i think it will framed conversation. you believe the republican party, the gop, is a natural fit even now for hispanic voters. i don't quite get that, so explain it to me. >> i think hispanics are inherently conservative. there are pro-life, they believe in traditional marriage, hispanic businesses are growing three times as fast as the natural average, so ronald reagan used to say that conservatives -- latinos are conservative, they just don't know it. so they have the values, but they vote for the democratic party. they vote for the democratic party because historically, democrats have reached out to latinos. they think of jfk, bobby kennedy doing the work with cesar tshamba says, so traditionally they feel -- with cesar chavez, said the traditionally feel comfortable with the democratic party, but their values align with the republican party. what we need to do is reach out and explained it would feel more comfortable with our party. ob
have had their hands on the driving wheel with the bush administration. it will be difficult for them to make the claim that they represent a new turning of the page. third, campaigns matter. these will be close elections. many will be decided at the margins. we have been preparing for what we knew would be tough midterms from the very beginng. when people were still basking in the glow of the victory of president obama, democrats expanding majorities in the house, we were getting to work anning for what would clearly be choppy political waters, given the fact that in the last two cycles democrats have picked up 55 seats in all the swing districts in the country. we have a front line program designed to help our members in the toughest tricks in terms of the resources for their campaigns. on the official site, these members have been more active than any classes in history, 2006 and 2010, in passing legislation that directly benefit their communities. the focus not only on front-line members, but also on the senior members, members who in 1994 got caught by this prize, making sure the
president who regularly bashes the former president takes his act to the state of george w. bush. new details about the ethics case against the california democratic congresswoman. and the administration tries to find out what happens in the murder of relief workers in afghanistan. live from the studio in washington. this is "special report." the sum herb dar for the fall campaign cash took him to texas. the president often mocks his pred december somewhere in the sessions and today, he was in bush country. white house correspondent wendell goler on how it went down in the lonestar state. >> on a strips to president, there was attention on who he met with and who dedidn't. rick perry wanted to talk about border security and met him at the plane with a request for 1,000 national guard troops. perry democratic challenger bill white had other things to do and no one was really surprised. mccain can won texas by more than 11 points in 2008. and president obama's disapproval rating has gotten worse in the lonestar state since then. >> it's probably hovering in the 60s or 70s on disapp
steps out in key states. will his blame bush strategy work? welcome to the journal, editorial report, i'm paul gigot. two high profile democrats broke with president obama this week over his support for a proposed islamic community center blocks from ground zero. senator majority leader harry reid and former national committee chairman howard dean came out in favor of moving it to another location. the imam went to a three nation tour on behalf of the u.s. state department. he's expected to discuss muslim life in america and religious tolerance. it's his fourth such trip for the government. he made a similar tour in 2007 on behalf of the bush administration. joining the panel this week, wall street columnist and deputy editor bret stevens, and kim strassel and one of the issues under debate. we need the moderate muslims as allies. we have them in iraq, afghanistan and elsewhere. how do you think they'll react to the debate whether this should be at ground zero? >> i don't think it's particularly relevant how they're looking at this particular mosque controversy. i think what's really re
. >> in the primetime oval office address, he will note the success of the bush era surge in iraq, military maneuver he opposed in the senate and candidate. >> adding troops will improve security situation. no doubt. >> john boehner said mr. obama and other democratic opponents of the surge cannot rewrite history now. >> some leaders who oppose, criticize and fought tooth and nail to stop the surge strategy now probably claim credit for the results. >> meanwhile, the political stalemate and rival between prime minister in iraq malia and allawi continues with no end in sight. the political limbo has not triggered waves of sectarian violence. attacks have risen but are down from high of 2007. defense secretary gates brought in by bush to remake policy in iraq warned against triumphantism. >> not a time for premature victory parades or self-congratulations. we still have a job to do and responsibility there. >> to maintain security, prod iraqis toward political compromise and assist in rebuilding. former ambassador in iraq said we must avoid the temptation to leave the country to its own devices. >> we ha
republicans talk about cutting deficits and at the same time demand the bush tax cuts for the top 2% of the country be extended? the man who would be speaker, john boehner, tried to make that case today. vice president joe biden responded saying boehner was basically saying the way to get out of our current economic rut was to follow the bush policies that put us in the rut in the first place. >>> plus, it's primary day today in five states. including florida and arizona. the polls just closed in most of arizona and we'll report the results as they came in. we'll lay out what all of today's voting will tell us about november and what's at stake for both parties. >>> also, if you're looking to come to washington for glenn beck's rally, a tea partier has written the cliche written guide to avoiding black people on a subway in washington. what a great way to celebrate the anniversary of the great martin luther king king "i have a dream" speech. we'll poke fun at the scheduling of this event, among other things. >>> finally, mitch mcconnell says he takes president obama at his word that
the bush tax cuts? that debate is coming up next. there's a big debate brewing in congress about whether to extend the bush tax cuts into 2011 and beyond. especially at a time when our economic recovery is showing signs of slowing down. earlier we spoke with ralph martire of the center for tax and budget accountability and brian costin of illinois policy institute are back with us to debate this topic. welcome back guys. so brian, let's start with you. right now, the debate is focus on raising taxes for the wealthy, the top two or three percent of the earners out there. is that a good idea? it's not a good idea. anytime that you tax works, savings investments or entrepreneurship, it's going to slow down the economy. and that's absolutely the worst thing that we need in one of the worst economic situations in the last 50 years. ralph, let me get your take. should we extend the bush tax cuts into 2011? well, let me think about it. no. as a matter of fact, it's really one of the driving problems in creating our deficit. and i will just give you the numbers. the deficit is north of a trillio
to spotlight how similar the current republican agenda is to the policies of president bush. that mr. bush is trying to keep the wraps on something in his new book for fear it will hurt republicans at the poll in november. what's he hiding now? we'll get to that. >>> we begin with another democratic you strategy as members of congress go home for the august recess. the democratic party launching a new campaign to portray the republican party as the republican tea party, asking people in home districts to question republican incumbents on whether they will join the tea party caucus, such as repealing health care reform, returning to stripping coverage from sick people, doing new rules for wall street and getting rid of medicare and the department of education. this as "the new york times" reports that senate democrats expect to begin debating in september whether or not to extend the bush tax cuts for the rich, forcing republicans in the weeks before the election to defend cutting taxes for the richest 2% of the country, especially considering president obama campaigned and won on a platfor
highest self and stand in the burning bush, stand in the fire because that is the only thing that is going to save us. >> chris: one of the big controversies about the event was the date, the 47th anniversary of martin luther king's "i have a dream" speech. you say it was a coincidence but also say it was di divine providence because you wanted to reclaim the civil rights movement. reclaim from whom? reclaim from what? >> who is reclaiming. people from faith. reclaiming from politics. i read headline after headline after headline this week that the damage that i have done to racial politics. my gosh, who thinks racial politics? who is typeing that out and saying yeah, the damage that has been a to racial politics and thinks that is a good thing? race should not be in politics. race is a negative that is a heart condition quite honestly. and the people that -- and i got a lot of heat this week from people saying are you saying you were part of the civil -- i wasn't even born. i wasn't even born. i, you know, i -- i lived in the pacific northwest. i can't even begin to relate but i can under
is on the grapevine. straight ahead, george w. bush starring in a democratic campaign commercial. i'm chef michael, and my dog bailey and i love to hang out in the kitchen. you love the aroma of beef tenderloin, don't you? you inspired a very special dog food. [ female announcer ] chef michael's canine creations. chef inspired. dog desired. and i can get more laps in. ♪ our card lets us head to the beach more often. and lets us barbecue more often. my new glasses help me see everything. the new website helps me do everything. [ female announcer ] with aarp you get so much more out of life. ♪ discover the best of what's next at the new aarp.org. >> chris: vice president biden predicted today that democrats will keep control of both the house and the senate this november. chief political correspondent carl cameron reports even though he is nowhere to be seen on any ballot, former president george w. bush remains a focus of the democratic battle plan for victory. >> in st. louis, for last big powwow before the 2010 mid-term elections, the democratic national committee launched a new ad it hopes t
. >> narrator: iran wants to extend its influence across the middle east. the bush administration says not on its watch. >> we're sending clear messages to friends and adversaries alike: we'll keep the sea lanes open, and we'll stand with others to prevent iran from gaining nuclear weapons and dominating this region. >> narrator: two days after cheney's visit, iran's president visited american allies in the gulf and called on the u.s. to pack up and go home. >> iran and the u.s. are now locked in a very dangerous game of each trying to appear harder than the other side and get the other side to blink first. but there is a threshold when this kind of an indirect game of cat-and-mouse will become an outright direct confrontation. >> narrator: late this summer, frontline traveled to iran to learn the roots of the regime's new confidence and how it has found itself on a collision course with the bush administration. outside friday prayers in downtown tehran, a possible war with america was on everyone's minds. >> narrator: inside, this week's official sermon, delivered by a leading ayatoll
less access to see politicians as they really are. >> eric, former bush and mccain adviser mark mckinnon said this. it's a quote. candidates find themselves in a technological environment that exploits authenticity so rather than show more of themselves that voters want, candidates are showing less of themselves for fear of revealing too much. are we ending up with politicians who are revealing too little because they are afraid of what they might say wrong? >> i very much think they are. it's the downside of this, and, you know, the democrats were very good in 2006 and were emboldened with the george allen macaca moment and that really struck and the republicans with payback and everybody hires a kid from college to go around and follow someone on the other side, trail them and ask them questions. >> macaca, right. what have you. i've got my iphone right here. it's got a high def camera and i've got my ipad. not only am i an apple guy but it's that easy and that accessible. the problem becomes when you start taking stuff out of context which is very easy to do in the age of youtub
of like when bush kept using iraq and 9/11 in the same sentence. how do people get misled? he doesn't know. what's the purpose behind all this. this is a free country. who would it matter if he were a muslim? >> let's find out. >> on the tenth industry of after you've killed 3,000 people, you're going to now build your mosque on their there really? >> so according to beck, muslims, all muslims are responsible for the 9/11 terror attacks and if barack hussein.obama is a muslim, then i guess he must be guilty. i want to remind everybody, not a muslim, a christian. this controversy is just a convenient way to carpet bomb by screaming muslims, mosques and terror attacks. from now all the way till november they're going to keep on going with this. the outrage over the muslim community center in lower manhattan isn't about location. there's already a mosque three blocks away. and it isn't about muslim radicals. the imam running this center was used by the fbi and bush administration as the model of a moderate muslim. the outrage is about stirring up fear hant against a minority group and exploit
titles. this is not a sweeping biography of george bush by about specific things about his administration. >> learn about these and other books in our fall book previewed this weekend. for the lettuce and nonfiction, of watch book tv every weekend. -- now all political roundtable on middle election campaign. from today's "washington journal," this is about 40 minutes. the "american spectator". who will be the speaker of the house for the 112th congress? guest: i don't really know. republicans are within striking distance and possibly could take over the house. it depends on how things go round. in 2006, we had a similar situation, and the mark foley scandal hit and that is what turned it from a bad year for republicans and turned it into an election. we will see how the news breaks with charlie rangel and maxine waters. that is the type of thing where that is the last hammer to drop, where you see parties lose their majorities. it is the ethics issues, because that is bipartisan. host: what are the issues that benefit the republican party? guest: the overarching issue is the economynd the
. that's in. plus, that the man who ran president bush's election campaign in 2004, ken melvin, has announced he's gay, we wonder how long they can carry on a jihad against gay marriage. he did a brave and important thing in coming out today. we start with the anti muslim behavior in the streets. board of director of counsel on american islamic relations. erika, you first. in this rhetoric out there right now. apparently deranged guy went after the cab driver of new york. mental illness is an impossible thing to figure out. this guy has heard things in the air. the atmospherics around him led him to do this thing. what do you make of him. attacking him with a knife. reaching up through the screen, through the glass and carving on the guy's neck. >> we've reach ad point in this debate where it's just gone overboard. there was a point at which people could have came together and reached a compromise. these political leaders need to show a significant amount more political leadership than that have to date so as they can serve as good examples for the rest of us hout there who are tryi
, left wants the bush tax cuts to expire. but one prominent democrat is proposing a loop hole to save wealthy rez dens of democratic districts around the country. we'll put this liberal h ypochrisy on display. that is ahead . and our special fiber helps our prootics so that you can show those symptoms who's in charge. this isn't even my floor. [ elevator bell dings ] check out big savings during the bass pro shops fall hunting classic like bass pro shops. your adventure starts here. tomorrow morning if you are out drinking your cough yerushing to get to work on time. president barack obama has yet to begin his work day it turns out on a daily basis his first meeting is scheduled for 9:30. by contrast president obama was in the oval office before 7 o'clock. with a grueling schedule like it is no wonder that the president needs so many vacations straight ahead. one day, i'll parkhis in a spot reserved for me. it's got 26,000 miles on it now, but i'm gonna take it to a thousand million. [ male announcer ] when you own a certified pre-owned mercedes-benz, chances are ty'll own it one day,
from george bush's ideas. not one. >> bill: president obama continuing to run against president bush. but it doesn't seem to be working. a new gallup poll is very bad news for the president. karl rove, alan colmes and monica crowley will all analyze. >> and we are. [heckling] >> we are working with congress to roll back don't ask, don't tell. [cheers] >> bill: don't ask, don't tell, still in place even as gay americans ratchet up the heat on the president to change the policy. what does john stossel think about that? ♪ >> bill: and a 20-year-old girl says she was exploited by a tv crew as part of the girls gone wild series. is it legal has been investigating. caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. more bad news for president obama in the polls that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. a new gallup poll out today says just 41% of americans now approve of the job mr. obama is doing. 53% disapprove. and that is the lowest rating from gallup in the president's tenure
adviser for president george w. bush. what do you make of this, fran? >> you know, larry, it is interesting talking to senior counterterrorism officials this evening. as jeanne said, not sure what they have. it is interesting if the guys are related to al qaeda in yemen or the arabian peninsula in any way. you'd think we would know something about them. i am told there is nothing in u.s. intelligence databases on either of the guys that u.s. officials aware of yet. the other interesting thing, larry, i am told one of the suitcases field tested positive for explosives. we hadn't heard that before this evening. now we should tell our viewers, field tests are notoriously unreliable. so i think you will see they're going through now, far greater more detailed testing that they will, they will find out if that is accurate or not. one of the individuals was a legal permanent resident. which means he had ability to cross our borders pretty carefully. that's a real value if this was related to a terrorist event. that's not somebody you put at risk for a dry run. the other individ
in the past 65 years but the c.b.o. caution several impending changes would make the deficit worse. the bush tax cuts are set to expire but president obama and member of both parties want to extend some of them. >> no one believes that the bush tax cuts will in their entirety sunset at the end of this year. >> then there is the plan to stop cuts and fees to doctors who treat medicare patients and an annual effort to keep alternative minimum tax from hitting the middle class. the deficits are already unsustainable. but likely to get worse if lawmakers do everything they have been promising. bret? >> bret: a lot to figure out in coming weeks. >> yeah. >> bret: jim, thanks. stocks responded to the job number taking a dive. dow lost 144. the s&p 500 dropped 18 1/2. the nasdaq gave back almost 37. mortgage rates have fall on the the lowest level in decades. for the eighth time in the last nine weeks. freddie says it's 4.224. general motors filed the first batch of paperwork required to sell stock to the lick again. taxpayers hold 61% of g.m. auto maker did not say how many shares would be sold or
in his attempt to advance the narrative that it is george bush's part or the republican party of nome. i spoke to motorcycle mike steel and the contract with america was a great success. nationalized the election and put promises on paper . i said what are the odds that republicans, not necessarily a contract would put their ideas on paper. you know simple things like they will read the bill and eliminate ear marks and he said odds are 100 percent . is that a good idea and when would you launch it >> i know john boehner has asked kevin mccarthy from california great congressman from bakersville. all of the republicans went home armed with ideas like job creation. by midseptember they are going to have a solid proposal whether you call it a contract or covenant or approach that will people see as positive. i want to say there is a great column. i don't remember the guy's name. but there is a columnist that is liberal and editor of the denver post and wrote a column in colorado and he went through all of the thing that is obama could blame george bush for. mishan edingly of bp. it is clear
conservative lawyer who was solicitor general under george w. bush. he joins us from wisconsin. mr. olson, let's start with the issue of judicial activism. 7 million californians voted for proposition 8. 7 million people voted to amend the state constitution to ban same-sex marriage. now, a single judge overrules all of them? >> well, that is why we have judges. that is why we have an independent judiciary. we do not put the bill of rights to a vote. 41 states once prohibited interracial marriages, so that in virginia when the supreme court finally struck that prohibition down the president's parents could not have been married. our fundamental rights, part of our constitution is a separation of power and an independent judiciary. we asked judges to make sure when we vote for something we are not depriving minorities of their constitutional rights and that is what the judge did. >> chris: you have condemned such activism in the past. let's take a look at 2007. judges have taken some of the decisions off the policy table taking them away from the people by constitutionalizing these issues. isn'
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